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Workplace Alcohol Testing
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Professional Breath Alcohol Testers
Let us put our experience to work for you. As the leader in the breath alcohol testing industry, Intoximeters has been continually pioneering and improving upon technology and industry standards. Our instruments are relied upon by law enforcement, major workplace testing organizations, and other testing industries in over 90 countries worldwide.
Our Alco-Sensor line of alcohol testers are the most trusted in North America, and are currently being used in every state, including by Highway Patrols. The largest names in organizational health breath alcohol testing trust our instruments for use with both DOT and non-DOT workplace testing.
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Have you ever been about to conduct a breath alcohol test or training class and realized, too late, that you didn't have an essential item on hand to complete the test? (We hope you didn't "wing" it!) Or, have you ever been asked for your BAT certificate and felt a...
One of the most important pieces of information a BAT needs prior to beginning a drug or alcohol test is whether the test is DOT or non DOT. This information will dictate which Alcohol Test Form will be used and what procedures the BAT will follow. The federal...
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) Clearinghouse is on track to be up and running on January 6, 2020. The Clearinghouse will be a secure electronic database containing records of violations of drug and alcohol prohibitions of subpart B of 49CFR...
Many of our customers are service providers who conduct drug and alcohol tests for a variety of employers. Occasionally we hear about an employer who is not quite up to speed with the regulatory requirements for post-accident testing. The following questions come up...